Remember Customers With Business Christmas Cards During Tough Economic Times

by Henry L. on November 21, 2011

So you think not sending business Christmas cards this year is a good way to help save money in this recession? Think again! Now is not the time to cut back on your advertising. Sending Christmas cards is one of the best ways to increase your company’s visibility in a most economical way. In fact, now is the time to increase your mailing list. The companies that will make it through these tough times the best are those that are able to retain as many clients as possible, and sending cards is one of the best ways to accomplish that. Send Christmas cards, send Thanksgiving cards, send birthday cards – all of these will make a big impact on your recipients.

Not sure which cards will have the most impact? It’s really not that tough, just try to decide on the overall message you want to convey. The Gallery Collection offers a great array of designs from traditional to light-hearted, so you really can’t go wrong. We’ve even categorized the offerings to make your choice as easy as possible. You’ll see categories for Business, Personal, Themed, etc. You can choose whether you prefer to say Merry Christmas or a more generic Season’s Greetings wish. You can show your clients that you care about our environment by choosing a card from our Eco-Friendly category. You can’t go wrong with whichever design you choose, but you can go wrong if you don’t send your corporate Christmas cards. And remember, if you ignore your customers, they will go away!

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{ 7 comments… read them below or add one }

Alex December 1, 2011 at 7:50 pm

Business Christmas cards are a great way to get your name out there and remind people about your company. That little bit of effort and thought can go a long way with customers.

Brian Delray December 1, 2011 at 10:54 pm

Actually, that is smart thinking. It is good not only for established companies that have survived the recession, but small or new businesses that do not have as much visibility as the more established companies. You not only spread holiday cheer, but advertise yourself in the process.

Rebecca December 2, 2011 at 11:10 am

Taking a moment to remember your clients is vital during tough economic times. It will help separate you from the rest and keep you ahead of the competition.

Michelle December 5, 2011 at 1:47 pm

Cards always have an impact! I love getting cards from my vendors during the holiday season – it makes me feel like they’re going the extra mile to show they appreciate my business.

Valerie December 6, 2011 at 12:19 pm

I have to be honest. I considered not sending cards this year to save a few dollars and then I realized for the amount of money it takes to send a christmas card to your business associates, customers, it is definitely worth it. Taking a moment and a dollar to say thank you goes a long way.

MaryAnn December 14, 2011 at 5:53 pm

I agree. I think everyone should try to send a few cards. You never know how happy you can make someone who’s having a tough time.

Sylvia K. September 10, 2012 at 9:32 am

I received one of the eco-friendly cards last year and I was really impressed not only by the design but by also by the quality of the card since it was recycled. As a business you can never go wrong with small advertising details and any chance to keep up interest in your company. The holidays are one of the best times to do just that!

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